What is Santorini Famous/Known For?
A trip to Santorini is the dream of anyone who has seen a postcard of its famous caldera, but the island is much more than any photo can show. The days in Santorini pass at a different rate, and the hours there are enriched by the tranquility of its streets, the romanticism of its terraces, the surprising flavors and sunsets that, seen from the beaches, bars or the caldera, become the perfect end of the experience. Here are 5 things that make Santorini so famous. The different terraces around the island offer amazing views towards the sea and the caldera. In addition to exquisite menus, all restaurants have panoramic spaces that honor the term dinner with a view. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Greek cuisine is characterized by its fresh flavors and the simplicity of its preparation. The base ingredient of their dishes is olive oil, in combination with spices, condiments, vegetables, fish and meat, very well accompanied with a glass of Assyrtiko wine, a local variety. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
The sunsets in Santorini look like a painting where the warm tones of the sky combine with the iconic white of its streets and the blue tone of the sea. For its tranquility, the edge of the caldera is the ideal place to witness the natural spectacle. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
The beaches of Santorini are not the ones that one would commonly associate with the Mediterranean countries, but that is why they have a particular charm. Volcanic, with red rocks or black sand and formations that one can climb, its beaches offer unique scenarios that are worth visiting. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
The rock formations surrounding the caldera offer several activities for adrenaline lovers. Ammoundi Bay is an islet that must be reached by swimming, then climb the ladder that leads to the different points from where you can jump, or enjoy the sun and the view. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Although it is a relatively quiet island, in Fira an active nightlife is concentrated around the bars that open at sunset and the night pubs with Greek, international and completely varied music. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
On the weekends, the white streets fill with color thanks to the markets that bring together handmade jewelry, handmade wine and local art. In addition, in Fira is the famous golden street, which brings together more than 40 national and international jewelry stores.